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Heatwave City – Upbeat Electronic Music from Edgar Froese

Heatwave City
Heatwave City is the opening song of Beyond the Storm by Edgar Froese.



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Beyond the Storm

Edgar Froese


Beyond the Storm, released in 1995, is a highly recommended collection of Edgar Froese’s solo work spanning over 20 years.

The anthology is a 2-CD compilation of 28 tracks, 16 previously unreleased songs, and 12 re-mixed numbers.



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Edgar Froese

. EDGAR W FROESE (website)
. Wikpedia

Edgar Froese was a German artist and electronic music pioneer. He is best known for founding the electronic music group Tangerine Dream.

Froese was a vegetarian, didn’t drink alcohol, was a non-smoker, and said he didn’t take drugs. He was married to artist and photographer Monique Froese from 1974 until her death in 2000. Their son Jerome Froese was a member of Tangerine Dream from 1990-2006. Edgar Froese remarried to artist and musician Bianca Acquaye.

Edgar Froese died suddenly in Vienna on January, 20, 2015 from a pulmonary embolism.

Froese was posthumously awarded the Schallwelle Honorary Award for Lifetime Achievement (German award for electronic music) in 2015.

Solo Albums by Edgar Froese include:



Heatwave City — from the album Beyond the Storm by Edgar Froese

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